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Big Spring Inn

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LAVERNE J wrote a review Aug 2018
Evansville, Indiana228 contributions36 helpful votes
This was worth the travel miles to see. The water is so clear that you can see the bottom and the trout appear to be floating stille. It is so picturesque. I was even allowed to take my Pomeranian onto the raft that floats out to the middle while attached to a strong line that will bring you back to shore.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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williambK5884BS wrote a review Feb 2016
Lapeer, Michigan7 contributions1 helpful vote
stopped here while snowmobiling. The portions of food were huge and prices were good for the amount. If we go back, we will get 1 burger and split it
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Date of experience: February 2016
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UPprincess wrote a review Oct 2015
Marco Island, Florida189 contributions302 helpful votes
The Big Spring Inn is a wonderful restaurant/bar. Hubby and I enjoyed salad bar, special Wed. night chicken wings and ultra light beer. The butter parmeson dipping sauce is addictive. We are on low carb diets and our waitress worked with us. She was attentive and friendly. We are not "bar people" but felt very comfortable at a table in their dining area. The place is spotless. Prices are fair. We will definitely return. PS This restaraunt is under the same ownership as the Jack Pine Lodge, which has unparalleled almond crusted whitefish. Only wish they served this at Big Spring Inn, which is closer to us.
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Date of experience: September 2015
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Kal-Traveler wrote a review Aug 2014
Kalamazoo, MI193 contributions52 helpful votes
It's been a few years since we've seen the Big Spring "Kitch-iti-kipi" and we're glad we stopped when traveling through Michigan's U.P. again in August, 2014. It's north off U.S. 2 highway and will only take you minutes to get to Palms Book State Park where the spring is located. This is a sate park. If you have a Michigan "passport" sticker on your license plate, there's no charge; if not, the fee is small - but so well worth it! There is a large covered raft that will hold many people and it is propelled by a wheel & cable mechanism, which young people love to operate. You travel across this clear water spring slowly and see trout in this 45 ft. deep & cold water filled hole. It is amazing and very picturesque. Do bring you camera. Highly recommend!!!
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Date of experience: August 2014
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